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Two Species of Leucothoidea (Amphipoda) From the Argentine Sea: Colomastix Bastidai New Species (Colomastigidae) and Leucothoe Spinicarpus (Abildgaard, 1789) (Leucothoidae)

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Two species of Leucothoidea, Colomastix bastidai n. sp. (Colomastigidae) and Leucothoe spinicarpus (Abildgaard, 1789) (Leucothoidae) are described and figured. The material was dredged by R.V. "Shinkai Maru" on the continental shelf of Argentina. The first species is mainly characterized by the shape of the second male gnathopod. The material of the second species differs in a few characters from Norwegian specimens as described by Sars (1895).

Affiliations: 1: Museo Argentino de Ciencias Naturales "Bernardino Rivadavia", División Invertebrados, Avda. Angel Gallardo 470, (1405) Buenos Aires, Argentina


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